Siqabukile Ndlovu


Siqabukile Ndlovu


PGDHE (NUST, 2015), MSc Computer Science (NUST, 2013), BSc Computer Science (NUST, 2008)

Current Studies: PhD in Computer Science, UNISA

Research: Software Engineering, Software Testing, Continuous Integration, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning


  • Nleya, S.M., Ndlovu, S. (2021). Smart Dairy Farming Overview: Innovation, Algorithms and Challenges. In: Choudhury, A., Biswas, A., Singh, T.P., Ghosh, S.K. (eds) Smart Agriculture Automation Using Advanced Technologies. Transactions on Computer Systems and Networks. Springer, Singapore.
  • Nleya, S.M., Ndlovu, S. (2020) Decolonising Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) in an Age of Technocolonialism: Recentring African Indigenous Knowledge and Belief Systems – Chapter Contributed: “Audit of Mathematical Concepts in Pre- colonial Africa”
  • Mulopa, J., Ndlovu, S., Mzelikahle, K., and Nyathi, T., “Using Fuzzy ARTMAP for Symmetric Key Generation”, American Journal of Information Science and Computer Engineering, Vol. 1, No. 2, 2015, pp. 76-83,
  • Nyathi, K., Moyo, S., Nyathi, T., and S. Ndlovu, “Optimisation of the Linear Probability Model for Credit Risk Management“, International Journal
    of Computer and Information Technology (ISSN: 2279 – 0764) Volume 03 – Issue 06, November 2014
  • T. Nyathi and S. Ndlovu―Beacon Frame Manipulation to Mitigate Rogue Access Points: Case of Smartphone Rogue Access Points‖, International Journal of Advanced Computer Technology (Volume 3—Issue 2), February 2014 Link:

Workshops and Conferences:

  • Sibusisiwe Dube, Siqabukile Ndlovu, Thambo Nyathi and Khulekani Sibanda, QR Code Based Patient Medical Health Records Transmission: Zimbabwean Case, Informing Science & IT Education Conference (InSITE) 2015, Tampar, USA
  • S. Ndlovu (Poster Presentation)―Wireless Security‖, ICT for Africa 2013 Conference, Harare—Zimbabwe, 21February 2013